Re: [CR]Help removing 1st generation Dura Ace freehub.


Example: Framebuilders:Brian Baylis

Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2008 10:27:40 -0500
From: "Edward Albert" <ealbert01@gmail.com>
To: Schmid <schmidi@gaponline.de>
Subject: Re: [CR]Help removing 1st generation Dura Ace freehub.
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Sorry, misread the original post. Now realize you want to remove the entir e freehub not just the cassette. Re the freehub however. If it is a uniglid e it will NOT accept later freehubs. I tried that and it will not fit. Thus , all the work trying to adapt later cassettes to the Uniglide free hub. Edward Albert Chappaqua, New York, U.S.A.

On Sun, Dec 7, 2008 at 10:21 AM, Schmid <schmidi@gaponline.de> wrote:
> Yes, there is a special Shimano made tool for this purpose but I do not
> know if you could subtistute the different howwlo bolts for each other.
> I doubt it. I can send a pic of the tool if you are interested and also
> check out it's Shimano Number.
> Regards
>
> Michael Schmid
> Oberammergau
> Germany
> Tel.: +49 8821 798790
> Fax.:+49 8821 798791
> mail: schmid@zunterer.com
> http://www.zunterer.com
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>
> Hi all. This is an early DA cassette hub where the small cog threads on
> to
> lock the the other slide-on cogs in place. Once you remove the axle
> there's an 8 splined female bolt head instead of the later 10mm allen
> head. Is the re a tool made for unthreading this? Or something I can use
> for this purpos e? Does it, in fact, unthread? And can I then thread
> on
> a later freehu b unit to the old hub shell? Any info would be
> appreciated on or off list.
> Thanks. Billy Ketchum; Chicago, IL; USA.